numerology

Numerology information Crigler:

numerologyName Number: 9 Meaning: Divine, God, Goodness, Truth, Unconditional love, Gift, Free will, Ideal, Whole, Endless

urban

Definition funny of Crigler:

urban1. One who corrupts people to drink more alcohol. 2. One who parties and outlasts the binge-drinkers. 3. One who can bling-bling in New York, but simultaneously eat Taco Bell -- when it's not too far away to walk toward.

urbanPsst. Did you hear that Crigler the Corrupter was on the front porch with a fifth of Scotch at 6 a.m.?

songs

Songs about Crigler:

songsJason Crigler - the Books On the Shelf (Feat. Jason Crigler) by Eric Liebman from the Album Original Motion Picture Soundtrack - Life. Support. Music.

songsThrough Tomorrow (Feat. Jason Crigler & Teddy Thompson) by Eric Liebman from the Album Original Motion Picture Soundtrack - Life. Support. Music.

songsDetached (Feat. Jason Crigler) by Eric Liebman from the Album Original Motion Picture Soundtrack - Life. Support. Music.

books

Books about Crigler:

booksCrigler's Fork by Richard Lloret (Jul 11, 2012)

booksThe Crigler mounds: Sites Be 20 and Be 27, and the Hartman mound, site Be 32, Boone County, Kentucky, (The University... by William Snyder Webb (1943)

booksThe Crigler Mounds Sites Be 20 and Be 27 and the Hartman Mound Site Be 32 Boone County, Kentucky (Reports in Archaeology... by WM. S. Webb (1943)

booksThe Crigler Mounds, Sites Be 20 and Be 27 and The Harman Mound, Site Be 32, Boone County, Kentucky. by W(ILLIAM) S. WEBB (1943)

booksThe Crigler Mounds and The Hartman Mound by Wm. S. Webb (1943)

booksTHE CRIGLER MOUNDS SITES BE 20 AND BE 27 AND THE HARTMAN MOUND SITE BE 32 BOONE COUNTY KENTUCKY (1943)

booksCalifornia Freemason V.16 #4 Autumn 1969 Grand Master Robert A. Crigler by The Publication Board (1969)

wiki

Wiki information Crigler:

Crigler–Najjar syndrome
Disease or medical condition, Risk Factor, Disease cause

Crigler–Najjar syndrome or CNS is a rare disorder affecting the metabolism of bilirubin, a chemical formed from the breakdown of red blood cells. The disorder results in an inherited form of non-hemolytic jaundice, which results in high levels of...

John Crigler
Athlete, Person, Measured person

John Lloyd Crigler was an American basketball player best known as a starting forward for the "Fiddlin' Five," the University of Kentucky's 1958 NCAA championship team. Crigler, a 6'3" forward from Hebron, Kentucky, played three years for the...